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Clearness & Discernment

Blog posts that deal with issues of divine guidance: decision-making, holy obedience and personal stories of coming under the Spirit's sway. Tag: clearness

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Clearness and Discernment

Friends are well-known for their careful discernment process. Perhaps because we don't have creeds, it's an essential way to determine which leadings are from God and which are simply our own desires.

Resources:

Five Tests for Discerning a True Leading by Hugh Barbour is a very accessible set of tests based on accounts of early Friends.

Quaker Jane on Christian Discernment.

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Quaker Spiritual Meditations

Started by David L. Hoffman. Last reply by Stephanie Stuckwisch 2nd month 15, 2010. 2 Replies

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